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Cricket South Africa To Formally Introduce Racial Quotas For National Teams

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 27 / 16

Cricket South Africa will "formally introduce racial quotas at national team level, the board said on Tuesday, according to Nick Said of REUTERS. The organization "has come under fire from the South African government for a lack of transformation in its national teams," leading to a ban on bidd...

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